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find angie's choice heroic. all i want for her is to have a long and healthy life with myself and our children. this is a happy day for our family. and dr. david agus good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. >> for those not familiar brca 1, what is this faulty gene? >> a gene inherited to either child, boy or girl that dramatically raises the risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. >> when should someone get tested? >> there are no national standards on when you should be tested. but someone who has a first degree relative or two first degree relatives at a young age with breast cancer needs to be tested. the supreme court last month started to argue that companies charging $3,000 for the test. is it appropriate? a woman needs to know her genetics and the risk. the problem, much insurance doesn't cover those who are moderate or lower risk and many people don't have insurance and they can't be tested. and prevent this horrible disease. >> what percentage of people have this faulty gene? >> 5% to 10% of people with breast cancer have brca 1 or brca
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